Tim Fuller led the Salute to the Troops 100 flag to flag Sunday night, with his $20,000 win making a convincing argument for the Wegner built 358-spec engine in Randy and Bob Slack’s Bicknell modified.
Like modified king Stewart Friesen, Rob Yetman dominated the New York State Fairgrounds "Moody Mile," claiming the last three Pro Stock features run at the New York State Fairgrounds.
Stewart Friesen, who had a stranglehold on the 200-lap modified race at the New York State Fairgrounds "Moody Mile" with wins in 2010, 2011, 2014 and 2015, started a new string Sunday with an amazing victory in the Bud Light 200 on the dirt covered Oswego Speedway.
Polesitter Mike Mahaney kicked off Super DIRT Week's Last Chance Qualifier program Sunday morning with a flag-to-flag run in the 12-lap big block modified segment.
Sunday in Oswego dawned with a mix of sun and could and temperatures some 20 degrees cooler than everyone enjoyed before Saturday’s rain-producing cold front moved through.
Rain that started as a light mist during the latter parts of Friday night’s qualifying program hit Super DIRT Week with a vengeance through the remainder of the night.
The Friday Night Lights Super DIRT Week qualifying program came to a merciful end just before 1 a.m. Saturday morning with Justin Haers winning round three of the Triple 20s for big-block modifieds
The Twin 25s for 358 modifieds were an all Watertown, N.Y., show Friday night during Super DIRT Week, with Tim Fuller and Billy Dunn sharing Oswego Speedway’s victory lane.
Super DIRT Week officials were forced to suspend the Friday afternoon program after billowing dust on the start of the second Futures race for the Sportsman division caused a seven car wreck at the flagstand that left the frontstretch strewn with mangled racers.
Central New York DIRTcar Sportsman kingpin Dave Marcuccilli claimed the pole for Sunday’s Chevy Performance 75 Friday afternoon, besting Tyler Meek, Rocky Warner, Kevin Root, Ron Davis III and Alex LaJoie to set the locked in top six.